‘The Tale Of The Eternal Champion’ (U.S.)

The Tale Of The Eternal Champion

Stone Mountain/Clarkston, GA: White Wolf hardcovers & trade-sized paperbacks, 15 volumes, 1994–2000;
“Special Editor: John Davey
New Omnibus Editions, revised and with new introductions by the author”

Listed below in order of publication

(Click here for British editions,
London: Millennium hardcovers, trade- & mass-sized paperbacks, 14 volumes, 1992–’98)

February1997
Corum: The Coming Of Chaos;
cover artist:  Don Maitz (also interior)
;

an omnibus containing three Corum Jhaelen Irsei novels (see below)…

Hardcover (+ book-club ed.);
original price:  $21·99;
398 pages;
I.S.B.N.:  1-56504-182-8
;
states “revised”, but (in this instance) should be more accurately ‘containing minor textual amendments’.
Trade-sized paperback, 1999 (August);
original price:  $16·99;
I.S.B.N.:  1-56504-196-8;
with 
(further) minor textual amendments/corrections.

Contents:-
p. 5:  Introduction (non-fiction) by Michael Moorcock;
p. 6: The Knight Of The Swords (as The First Book Of Corum: The Knight Of The Swords on title page);
p. 152: The Queen Of The Swords (as The Second Book Of Corum: The Queen Of The Swords on title page);
p. 274: The King Of The Swords (as The Third Book Of Corum: The King Of The Swords on title page).

February1999
Corum: The Prince With The Silver Hand;
cover artist:  Mike Mignola (also interior)
;

an omnibus containing three Corum Jhaelen Irsei novels (see below)…

Hardcover (+ book-club ed.);
original price:  $24·99;
ix + 341 pages;
I.S.B.N.: 1-56504-188-7.
Trade-sized paperback, 2001 (July [“MonthXX” on copyright page]);
original price:  $16·99;
I.S.B.N.:  1-58846-850-X;
with minor textual amendments
/corrections.

Contents:-
p. vii: Introduction (non-fiction) by Michael Moorcock;
p. 2: The Bull And The Spear (as The Fourth Book Of Corum: The Bull And The Spear on title page);
p. 118: The Oak And The Ram (as The Fifth Book Of Corum: The Oak And The Ram on title page);
p. 230: The Sword And The Stallion (as The Sixth Book Of Corum: The Sword And The Stallion on title page).

April, 2000
(March on copyright page)
Count Brass;
cover artist:  Walter Simonson (also interior)
;

map: Jim Cawthorn;
an omnibus containing three Duke Dorian Hawkmoon von Köln novels (see below)…

Hardcover (+ book-club ed.);
original price:  $24·99;
xii + 398 pages;
I.S.B.N.: 1-56504-987-X
;

states “revised”, but (in this instance, with the exception of the Introduction) should be more accurately ‘containing minor textual amendments’.

Contents:-
pp. ii/iii: ‘The World Of The Dark Empire’ (map) by Jim Cawthorn;
p. ix:  Introduction (non-fiction) by Michael Moorcock;
p. 1: Count Brass (as The Fifth Book Of Hawkmoon: Count Brass on title page);
p. 113: The Champion Of Garathorm (as The Sixth Book Of Hawkmoon: The Champion Of Garathorm on title page);
p. 223: The Quest For Tanelorn (as The Seventh Book Of Hawkmoon: The Quest For Tanelorn on title page).

(To be continued…)